1940 United States Census not fully indexed (1930 census has the same problem)
I was looking for my family in the 1940 census and could not find them. I then went to Ancestry and searched there and was able to locate them.
After locating them on Ancestry I used the family search catalog to find the correct enumeration district in the state and was able to see the same page on Family Search.
I have ran into this problem quite a few times where only a few records are indexed on the page and not the whole page. My family was one of those not indexed on the census page at
If you go to the url and look at the index at the bottom of the page you will see that there are only about 15 names on the index but there are 40 names on the census page. My family is Harry Dobbins, Della Dobbins, Ethel Carter and Jack Carter on lines 54-57 (inclusive) and they are not indexed.
Is there a way for me to report pages that are not completely indexed because I have come across this situation multiple times.
In the meantime I am using RecordSeek to attach the Census pages that are not completely indexed to my ancestor. (This process takes a lot longer than just attaching them through Family Search and after I attached them with Record Seek I had to edit the url so it would work. The process takes a long time compared to the amount of time it would take if the record was indexed correctly) You can view what I am talking about by looking at the sources attached to Della Awilda Crabtree Her PIN is L494-VVQ.
So I am asking again. Is there a way for me to report pages that are not completely indexed because I have come across this situation multiple times.